It's the final event in a series to commemorate the flood of 1913.
Saturday, March 23rd elected officials will speak about the flood of 1913 and a former Muskingum County Commissioner will talk about how the event shaped the community we live in today. Five historic markers will also be presented.
"Markers will be unveiled for 5 of the recipients representative of the buildings and businesses that will be around Zanesville and Muskingum County following the event and...
The Muskingum County Library system has compiled a list of the top ten most borrowed titles during 2012.
The list includes the most borrowed titles in adult fiction and non-fiction, children's fiction and non-fiction as well as the most borrowed young adult titles. The library created this list as a way to track their most popular items and in turn it also helps the library.
"You see opportunities when you look at what are people borrowing what would be read-a-likes, how can...
It's a chance to experience culture, family fun and something new.
The Muskingum County Library System is working to bring events into its walls that supplement what they already do with books and electronic devices. Monday, the library is playing host to magician Dave Lehman.
"We think it's really important in our public libraries to offer those enrichment types of opportunities, entertainment, introduce family and children to opera and plays and storytellers," said...
You may see some changes in the Muskingum County Library System in 2013.
As the new year draws near, the library is working to make evidence-based decisions about their resources. Assistant Director Blair Tom says they've seen an increase in downloadable resources year-to-date, while traditional resources have remained the same.
"They'll see, in 2013, that we will grow our digital platform access. I know that we will be looking at some growth that will be available the first...
School may be out, but that doesn't mean the learning stops.
The Muskingum County Library System kicked off its summer reading program this week. Assistant Director Blair Tom said more than 1,000 children are already registered.
Parents can help their kids set a goal of how many books they would like to read this summer. Children who participate in the program will receive incentives like backpacks and coupons from area businesses.